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All The Covid-19 Vaccination Incentives Hongkongers Can Receive: #OurBestShot

All The Covid-19 Vaccination Incentives Hongkongers Can Receive: #OurBestShot
(Photo: Courtesy of LUI Che-woo Prize)
By Sam Book
June 22, 2021
The latest news on the incentives and perks you can receive once you've got your Covid-19 vaccine in Hong Kong—from property prizes to staycation savings, F&B perks and more. This article was updated with the latest news on June 22, 2021.

At Tatler, we believe that the Covid-19 vaccine is our best shot to ensure we protect ourselves, our loved ones and our communities, and get Hong Kong back to the thriving, vibrant city we know and love. With studies showing that the vaccine is safe and is helping to protect communities around the world from the virus, we believe now is the time for us all to play our part and get vaccinated, to help end the city's travel restrictions and social distancing measures.

We're fortunate that all adults in Hong Kong have had access to free-of-charge WHO-approved Covid-19 vaccines since April 15. Now, to encourage take-up of these shots and to help Hong Kong get back to business, a consortium of the city's biggest companies and brands are offering money-can't-buy incentives and prize draws to residents who get vaccinated. 

See also: #OurBestShot: Why We're Backing The Covid-19 Vaccine

Read on for our up-to-date guide to the incentives you can receive after getting the vaccine in Hong Kong––from property prizes to shorter quarantine times, F&B perks and more.

We'll be updating this list daily with new offers and vaccine prize draws, so keep checking back and bookmark the page in your browser to stay up to date. 

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How Can You Prove Your Covid-19 Vaccination Status In Hong Kong?

There are two different ways to show your Covid-19 vaccination status. The first is with the paper confirmation you received at the vaccination centre (Tatler tip: if you're planning to use this, we recommend you get it laminated so that it stays in good shape). More digital-first options are the government's iAM Smart mobile app or the Leave Home Safe app. To add your vaccination record to either, simply scan your paper vaccination record's QR code when you have the app open. Your vaccination details will then be stored within the app. 

Philanthropic Vaccination Schemes

New World Development Company

Asia’s Most Influential honoree Adrian Cheng’s New World Development Company has announced a subsidy programme to help the city’s most in-need citizens to get vaccinated. Designed to assist Hongkongers that are not able to get vaccinated as easily as others––due to health or employment reasons, the beneficiaries will be selected by a number of NGOs. The first batch of the subsidy scheme will directly benefit 5,000 Hong Kong citizens, who will each receive $1,000 once they are fully vaccinated. The first group of recipients will be selected by Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service, LC-HKS, the Society for Community Organization and St James' Settlement, and the scheme will begin at the end of this month. More details on the rollout will be announced soon.

See also: Adrian Cheng's New World Development Launches HK$1,000 Vaccination Subsidy For The Underprivileged
 

K. Wah International Holdings Limited

The property development group––which is owned by celebrated philanthropist, Lui Che-woo, has announced that it will donate HK$1m to support underprivileged residents to get vaccinated. The money will be used for pre-vaccination check-ups at the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. More details on the scheme will be announced soon.

Lucky Draws For Vaccinated Hong Kong Residents

Vaccination Lucky Draw

Giving Hongkongers the chance to win a HK$10.8 million apartment in Kwun Tong plus twenty additional cash prizes, the Sino Group and Chinese Estates Holdings Limited sponsored Covid-19 vaccination lucky draw made headlines when it was announced last month. Open to Hong Kong permanent residents aged 18 or above who have received two doses of the Covid-19 vaccines in Hong Kong on or before 1 September 2021, the vaccination lucky draw is open now until 5.30pm on September 1, 2021.

Find out more here

Cheung Kong Group

The Cheung Kong Group––owned by Hong Kong’s richest man, Li Ka-shing––is the second group to announce a property-based prize in their vaccination prize draw. As part of the HK$20 million prize pot, one entrant will win the grand prize of HK$5M of vouchers––which are valid for the purchase of a flat. Other top prizes include vouchers totalling between HK$3m and HK$50,000, which can be used at ParknShop, Watsons, Fortress, and other Cheng Kong managed companies and hotels. The draw will open soon and will be open to fully vaccinated residents aged 18 and above.

Chinachem Group

The property development group has announced their own Covid-19 prize draw, with over HK$20 million of prizes for residents who get vaccinated. Prizes up for grabs include free hotel stays at the group's Nina Hotel properties, dining passes for the group’s F&B outlets and cash vouchers. Details about how to enter will be announced soon.

The Hong Kong Association of Banks

All HKID holders who have already received both doses of Covid-19 vaccines in Hong Kong will be eligible to join this lucky draw. Among the top prizes are HK$100,000 spending credit or shopping vouchers. 

Find out more here

Goodman Hong Kong

Prizes including a Tesla Model 3 Long Range valued at over HK$500,000 are included in the global property group’s vaccination incentives package. All residents (HKID holders) who have been vaccinated by August 31, 2021, are invited to enter, with total prizes being offered totalling more than HK$1 million. More information will be announced in due course.

Sun Hung Kai Properties

Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited has announced two lucky draws––one for fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents, and one for Sun Hung Kai Properties staff––with prizes worth a total of HK$10 million. As part of their vaccination incentives programme, the group will give away two iPhone 12s every day in July and August along with a SmartOne 5G service plan each. Other prizes include staycation packages and shopping vouchers.

Win gold with Henderson Land Development 

The property developer––which is owned by Lee Shau-kee––will hold six vaccination lucky draws between June and September 2021. One winner will receive a grand prize––60 taels of 24 Karat gold, worth over HK$1M. Other prizes include shopping vouchers, totalling over HK$1M and a total of 300 taels of 24 Karat gold. The draw will be open soon to fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents aged 18 and over. 

Enter the lucky draw here

Towngas

The Hong Kong utilities company has announced a vaccination prize draw, with prizes worth over $HK3 million in total. 50 winners will each receive a $10,000 shopping voucher––which can be used at Towngas Customer Centres, Towngas Cooking Centre, Flame at Towngas Avenue and Towngas Fun. 2,500 winners will win a $1,000 voucher. The draws are set to take place in August and September 2021 and are open to fully vaccinated HKID holders aged 18 and over. 

Win a Mercedes Benz and more with Jardine Matheson

The Hong Kong-based conglomerate has announced that they will be giving away HK$10m of incentives to fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents. As well as three brand new Mercedes Benz cars, prizes include staycations at Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, and shopping and dining vouchers which can be used at Maxim’s, Wellcome, Mannings, IKEA, Pizza Hut and KFC. The draw will be run by the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce and is open to HKID holders who are fully vaccinated by the end of September. The prize draw will open on July 2, 2021. 

Find out more here

Link Real Estate Investment Trust

The retail real estate investment trust has announced a lucky draw for vaccinated Hong Kong residents. Prizes include 400 HK $5,000 dining vouchers, and consumer tech items worth a total of over HK$2m. Winners can redeem vouchers at any of the companies’ Hong Kong retail properties, which include Stanley Plaza and Temple Mall in Wong Tai Sin

 

Travel-Based Vaccination Incentives

Cathay Pacific Prize Draw

With foreign travel feeling like a distant memory for many of us, Cathay Pacific’s Covid-19 vaccination prize draw was music to our ears. Offering one winner the chance to host a private party on the airline’s new Airbus A321neo aircraft, the carbon-neutral flight will take guests high above the skies of Hong Kong. In addition, the airline will be giving away 20 million Asia Miles. All HKID holders who are vaccinated by August 31 are eligible to enter. The prize draw will be run by the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce and will open on July 2.

Find out more here

Free Flight Tickets

A lottery for 60,000 free flight tickets will be held by Hong Kong’s Airport Authority. Open to fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents and airport employees, the details of the airlines taking part and how you can enter are set to be announced soon. 

See also: These Are The Countries Open To Vaccinated Hong Kong Travellers 

Staycation Savings

Fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents can book a staycation at 50% off the room rate and save 50% on dining at The Langham, Cordis and Eaton hotels as part of Great Eagle Group’s “Stay Safe and Save” packages. Guests who book the special rates must show their vaccination records at check-in. 

Find out more and how to book here

Unlimited Free Stays with Shangri-La for an Entire Year 

The luxury hotel brand is set to launch a prize draw, offering one traveller a whole year of free stays at any of their 100 plus hotels in 76 destinations around the world. Also valid for the group’s four Hong Kong properties, the draw will open soon to all vaccinated Hong Kong residents aged 18 and over.

Win Free Hotel Stays With Dorsett Hotels’ “It Takes Two To Travel”

Dorsett Hospitality International has announced that they will give away 1,000 free room nights as part of a prize draw for fully vaccinated Hongkongers. Playfully named “It Takes Two To Travel”, 500 people will win a two-night stay at select Dorsett International hotels across the world––including London, Singapore, Shanghai, and their brand new property on Australia's Gold Coast––which can be used until December 2022. Knowing how much Hongkongers love to travel to Japan, 300 of the stays will be provided by strategic partner, Agora Hospitality Group––which has properties throughout the country. Winners will also be able to redeem the stay on Hong Kong hotel quarantine stays. Dorsett Hospitality International––headed up by Winnie Chiu––has been supporting Hongkongers since the start of the pandemic, providing hotel quarantine facilities, and free rooms for key workers and victims of domestic violence. 

More details of how to enter the giveaway will be announced soon.

Win Marriott Bonvoy Points With Marriott International 

The international hotel brand has launched a lucky draw for fully vaccinated residents. Five million Marriott Bonvoy points will be given away to Marriott Bonvoy members––with ten lucky winners receiving 500,000 points each. These can be redeemed against any of the group’s 13 Hong Kong hotels––which include the sky-high Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, and St Regis–– their dining properties, or any of their other 7,600 worldwide locations. The lucky draw will be open to fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents until August 31, 2021.

Dream Cruises Launches Go! Super Seacation Prize Draw

The cruise brand has announced a sweepstake for vaccinated residents. Open to all Hong Kong residents aged 18 and over from 12pm on June 10, the grand prize is an “All-You-Can-Cruise” Annual Pass to a Deluxe Balcony Stateroom––valued at HK$3.8 million. Other prizes include a two-night cruise for up to six guests on Dream Cruises’ Genting Dream in The Palace, and other staycations at sea for winners and their guests.

Find out more and register here

Free MTR Travel For A Year

The MTR has announced that it will give away 500 travel tickets––each offering unlimited travel on the MTR network for one year to fully vaccinated residents. More details on how to enter are set to be announced soon. 

See also: Covid-19: Facebook Launches A New Campaign To Encourage Vaccination In Hong Kong

Reduced Quarantine Time For Inbound Travellers To Hong Kong

As well as staycation savings and free prize draws, being fully vaccinated reduces hotel quarantine time for most inbound travellers to Hong Kong. The hotel quarantine time is determined by the country you are travelling from, and all travellers are still required to submit self-monitoring Covid-19 tests in the week after they exit hotel quarantine. The current quarantine times for vaccinated inbound travellers to Hong Kong are as follows:

Travellers from Brazil, India, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines and South Africa––21 days hotel quarantine for vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers.

Vaccinated travellers from Argentina, Bangladesh, Belgium, Canada, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States of America, Cambodia, Thailand, the United Kingdom and Vietnam—14-day hotel quarantine for vaccinated travellers, 21 days hotel quarantine for unvaccinated travellers.

Travellers from Australia and New Zealand—7-day hotel quarantine for vaccinated travellers, 14 days hotel quarantine for unvaccinated travellers.

The government announced on June 21 that it will reduce the quarantine restrictions for fully-vaccinated travellers in this group to 7 days upon presentation of proof of antibodies. More details on the testing requirements and dates for implementation will be announced soon.

Find more information about quarantine requirements for inbound travellers on the Hong Kong government coronavirus website.

All hotel quarantine must still be undertaken in one of the government’s approved quarantine hotels. 

See also: The Best Hotels To Book For Hong Kong Quarantine

Dining-Based Incentives For Vaccinated People

Save 50% On Dining

As part of the “Stay Safe and Save” packages, diners at The Langham, Cordis and Eaton hotels can save 50% on their meals. Diners must show their vaccination status when dining to receive the discount. Diners can also save 15% at Great Eagle Group's Michelin-star Ming Court in Wan Chai. 

Find out more here

Win dining vouchers with “K. Wah Cares”

In addition to their HK$1M donation to help underprivileged Hongkongers get the vaccine, K. Wah International Holdings Limited has announced a series of weekly lucky draws for fully vaccinated residents. Held from now until August 31, entrants will have the chance to win a HK$2,000 electronic dining voucher, which can be used at InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong. A total of HK$1M in dining vouchers will be given away.

Larger Group Dining Gatherings And Later Opening Hours

As announced on April 27, from April 29, restrictions on dining were eased for vaccinated Hong Kong residents.

Named "vaccine bubbles", these divide restaurants into four category levels, based on vaccination status:

1. Group A: Restaurants that do not participate will only be allowed to operate with up to two people per table until 6pm.


2. Group B: Restaurants that require staff members to be tested every 14 days and customers to use the LeaveHomeSafe app will be allowed up to four people per table, operating until 10pm.


3. Group C: Restaurants, where all staff have received one dose of the vaccine and whose customers use the LeaveHomeSafe app, will be allowed to seat up to six people per table, and operate at 75 per cent venue capacity until midnight.


4. Group D: Restaurants in which all members of staff have been fully vaccinated––and where customers have received at least one dose––will be allowed to operate until 2am, with up to 12 people per table, at 100 per cent capacity. Venues who fulfil these criteria will also be able to host banquets with up to 180 people–– provided that at least two-thirds of patrons have received at least one dose vaccine.

Attractions-Based Vaccination Incentives

Hong Kong Disneyland

The Lantau-based theme park is offering incentives for vaccinated residents and healthcare workers who visit between June 2 and June 28. Guests who have received at least one vaccination and who have registered for a “My Disney” account will be able to redeem a voucher for a free gift bag in the shop, worth HK$250.

Ocean Park

From now until June 30, visitors who have had at least one jab can redeem special in-park discount coupons. These include savings on meals at the Bayview Restaurant and free turns on skill-based fairground games. 

Find out more here

See also: Ocean Park Set To Turn Into A Free-Entry Resort and Leisure Destination

Win Movie Tickets With Empire Cinemas

As part of a giveaway being managed by The Hong Kong Chamber Of General Commerce, the cinema chain will give away 20,000 tickets to fully vaccinated residents. Emperor Group––who owns the movie theatres––will also raffle off a two-day staycation and shopping vouchers to staff members who have got both Covid-19 vaccinations. The prize draw will open on July 2.

Find out more here

Shopping-Based Vaccination Incentives

Free Shopping Vouchers For Vaccinated Residents

Pacific Place and Cityplaza owner Swire Properties have announced a Covid-19 lucky draw for vaccinated residents. All HKID holders can enter for a chance to win one of 500 HK$10,000 shopping vouchers, to be used at the group's shopping malls. More information about how to enter will be announced soon.

Regina Ip to give away a diamond Rolex

Regina Ip’s New People’s Party has announced a vaccination lucky draw, with a selection of luxury prizes––including a diamond Rolex from Ip’s personal collection. Other prizes on offer include consumer tech items, cash vouchers and sought-after Da Hong Pao tea leaves. The value of the prize draw totals over HK$1 million and is open to fully vaccinated members and employees of the party aged 18 or over in Hong Kong.

HK$1 million Shopping Vouchers Up For Grabs

The Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong has announced a prize draw for over HK$5 million worth of shopping vouchers and gifts for vaccinated residents. Two winners will each receive a HK$1 million prepaid card. More information about how to enter will be announced soon.

Free Sasa Vouchers

Sasa will hold a prize draw with over HK$1 million of SaSa cash coupons to be won. Fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents will be eligible to enter. More information about how to enter will be announced soon.

3 Hong Kong

Telecomms brand 3 Hong Kong will be running a prize draw for 33 iPhone 12 Pro handsets, open to fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents who sign a new contract or renew their existing contract. More details and perks from the retailer are set to be announced soon. 

Insurance Based Vaccination Incentives

Prudential Hong Kong 

The international insurance brand has announced a lucky draw for fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents. Ten winners will each receive a 10-year complimentary coverage for PRUHealth VHIS VIP plan––with an annual health insurance cover of an annual cover of HK$12 million each year. Ten additional winners will get a 10-year individual cover of PRUChoice Travel Insurance plan each, with cover up to HK$1.2 million per trip for an unlimited number of trips in each policy year. More details on how to enter will be announced soon. 

Find out more here

Manulife Hong Kong

The insurance company has announced a lucky draw for fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents aged 18 and over. 100 winners will each receive a HK$10,000 voucher, which can be used to pay for premiums on new or existing Manulife insurance policies. Details on how to enter will be announced soon. 

Hong Kong Businesses Offering Incentives To Their Employees

Hong Kong Government Employees

All employees of the Hong Kong government will be entitled to one additional leave day for each vaccine dose that they receive. 

Tatler Asia

All fully vaccinated Hong Kong employees will receive one additional day of annual leave.

Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels

The parent group of The Peninsula Hong Kong––owned by Michael Kadoorie––is offering HK$2,000 to each employee that gets vaccinated. If the company reaches a 70% vaccination rate by August 31, all employees will receive a further HK$2,000. 

Swire Group

The group is offering one additional day of leave to all fully vaccinated employees, plus a HK$2,000 shopping voucher. Company staff can also enter in a prize draw to win staycation and travel gifts.

Sino Group

The luxury property group is offering two extra days of annual leave to employees upon completion of two doses of the vaccine. 


Are you a business owner who is offering incentives to vaccinated Hong Kong residents? Please email us editor-hk@asiatatler.com with details of the offer (including how long it is running until) as we will be regularly updating this list. 

 

This article was first published on June 4, 2021, and was updated on June 22, 2021. 

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